DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.2(59).2016.150583

Український культурний ландшафт Нового світу очима Джона Лера

Maryna Hrymych

Анотація


Стаття присвячена канадському досліднику Джону Леру, розглянуто етапи його наукової біографії та здійснено огляд праць, присвячених українському культурному ландшафту в Північній та Південній Америці.

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Джон Лер; канадська україністика; культурний ландшафт; українці Канади; українці Південної Америки

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